I enjoyed this book. There were enough characters that you were guessing whodunit. The characters were hilarious and real. The narrator did a good job considering a lot was going on in the story. I am reading the next book in this series.
I love to read! I love reading even more now with my Audible account. I probably read two to three books a month. And, yes, I have a life!
Okay for me it was. I figured it out, but then totally dismissed the murderer! What a great surprise at the end of the book! :) I thoroughly enjoyed this.
I don't usually read this genre, preferring light fare that includes the supernatural like vampires and the like. This book was a surprising enjoyment, with lots of twists and turns, but not so many you get dizzy or can't keep track. Lots of humor intermixed and a fun chase of the bad-guy. All-in-all a quick and fun listen.
West Sunbury, Pa.
I very much enjoyed this book it always kept guessing and wondering what was going to happen next. It swears a little to much but, other than that it was very nice.
The only thing good was the narration. This book is a waste of time unless you like to listen to the “f” word, silly drawn out scenes and a plot that was dumb. Why did I listen to the whole thing? Again, good narration.
I really enjoyed this audio book. The writing reminds me of Janet Evanovich's books. It was lots of fun and the reader was a joy. Can't say that for many audio books.
I really enjoyed listening to this book. There were times that I laughed out loud, or was on the edge of my seat, I couldn't wait for it to end to find out who the killer was but at the same time I didn't want it to end. The reader did I good job with the different voices as well.
I really enjoyed the story of Sex, Murder and a Double Latte. It was well constructed, and light without being frivolous. Chick Lit for the chicks who aren't entirely brainless. However, I thought the narrator was very poor. Her normal reading voice was OK and her Russian accent wasn't terrible, but she could not read men's voices AT all - mostly just a deep monotone. In fact, whenever she altered her voice to represent a new character she lost all color and texture. It was very disappointing. The story was good enough to keep me listening.